Although Liverpool finished 26 points ahead of Spurs in the Premier League, and most definable logic points to Jurgen Klopp breaking his trophy drought at Anfield, there is something gnawing away at the back of my mind like glis glis
chewing through electricity cables in your loft.
Belgium is actually one of the few European countries that is fortunate to host three species of the Gliridae: the hazel dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius), the edible dormouse (Glis glis
) and the garden dormouse (Eliomys quercinus).
Individuals from Neomys fodiens (Eurasian water shrew), Arvicola amphibius (European water vole), and Glis glis
(edible dormouse) were excluded from analyses as these captures (four individuals in sum) were not representative due to unsuitable trapping method for this species or specialisation on aquatic habitat structures.
TAXA NMI % VLD MI P CH Arvicola sapidus 11.5 4 Arvicola terrestris 6.3 34.8 1.6 Microtus arvalis 9.4 8.7 24.7 4.8 Microtus agrestis 5.2 2.5 28.6 3.2 Microtus arvalis-agrestis 22.1 Microtus oeconomus 6.5 3.9 Chionomys nivalis 20.8 7.2 14.3 Piiomys lenki 1.1 Microtus (Iberomys) cabrerae 2.1 2.6 9.6 Microtus (Terricola) 6.4 duodecimcostatus Microtus (Terricola) 17.7 5.8 lusitanicus Apodemus sylvaticus 10.4 1.4 12 Eiiomys quercinus 2.1 1.3 3.2 Glis glis
4.2 Crocidura russula 1.6 Sorex araneus-coronatus Sorex minutus 2.1 Sorex sp.
For the stuffed mouse recipe, be sure to use the edible dormouse Glis glis
, which was indeed bred for food in classical Rome, and leave ordinary household mice to cats (290).
Identification of a natural cycle involving Rickettsia typhi infection of Monopsyllus sciurorum sciurorum fleas from the nests of the fat dormouse (Glis glis
Complete mitochondrial DNA sequence of the fat dormouse, Glis glis
: further evidence of rodent paraphyly.
Northern distribution limit of the hazel dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) reaches Sweden and Estonia, the garden dormouse (Eliomys quercinus)--Finland and Estonia, the fat dormouse (Glis glis
) and the forest dormouse (Dryomys nitedula) --Latvia and Belarus (IUCN 2017).
(2011): Pleistocene edible dormice (Rodentia Mammalia) from Slovenia, and their relations to the present day Glis glis
rattus) (3,4) and European dormice (Glis glis
and Eliomys quercinus) (5,6) are similarly competent and locally important hosts to these pathogens.
2009: Isolation, characterization and PCR multiplexing of polymorphic microsatellite markers in the edible dormouse, Glis glis
The edible dormouse (Glis glis
L., 1766) occurs across Europe and through northern Turkey to the Caucasus, northern Iran and Turkmenistan (Amori et al.